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Obama Speech Sets Up Years of War Against ISIS
  Obama ISIS Speech Transcript
  Obama's ISIS Strategy Relies on Allies With Reputations for Brutality
  State Dept Touts Anti-ISIS Propaganda Campaign
ISIS Getting US Arms, Obama Wants to Send More
  ISIS Bomb Kills 28 Leaders of Rival Islamic Front
  US Air War Fueling Bloody Revenge Attacks on Iraq's Sunni Arabs
  Sotloff Family: Syria's 'So-Called Moderate Rebels' Sold Sotloff to ISIS
Ukraine Leader: More Autonomy if Rebels End War
  NATO Poised To Escalate Tensions Over Ukraine
  German TV Shows Nazi Symbols on Helmets of Ukraine Soldiers
Afghan Officials Say US Air Strike Kills 11 Civilians
Failed State: Libya Speeding Toward a Breakup
DoJ Memo Provides CIA's Justification to Kill a US Citizen
Al-Shabab Threaten US Attacks to Avenge Leader's Death
Hamas Rockets Don't Explain Israel's Gaza Destruction
As Israel Assaulted Gaza, Its Supporters Pushed to Attack Iran  by Muhammad Sahimi
Criticize Israel at Your Own Risk  by Mitchell Plitnick
Eugene Debs' Imprisonment for Speaking Against War  by Adam Dick
America's Frankenstein Brigade  by Justin Raimondo
Explaining the Empire  by Lucas Lostoski
Don't Listen to Media Hawks About ISIS  by Malcolm Harris

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Israel, US Jointly Test Missile Interceptor
'Panicky' Parties Pledge New Powers for Scotland
Militarizing the Police
Police Using Military Gear in Riots Could Be Forced to Repay Millions in Grants
Ferguson Fallout: Do the Police Really Need 12,000 Bayonets?
Will Congress Put a Dent in the $4.3 Billion in Military Equipment Going to Police Depts?
Senate, Prompted by Ferguson Unrest, Looks at Police Use of Military Gear
Ferguson Sets Broad Change for City Courts
The War at Home
Feinstein: CIA Torture Report Will Be Delayed as Democrats Decide Redactions
Taxpayers Cover Coast Guard Private-Party Patrols
The Strange Saga of Jose Padilla: Judge Adds Four Years
Federal Officials: Iraq Bomb Maker Used Parts From Arizona Electronics Company
Guantánamo Prisoner in Standoff as Transfer Stalls
Chile Weighs Taking Guantánamo Detainees at US Request
Is Guantánamo Navy Base Part of the USA? Well, That Depends...
Dutch Report Finds Mh17 Likely Shot Down by 'High-Speed Objects'
Amid Intensifying Requests, American Military Aid to Ukraine Stalls
Four Ukraine Servicemen Killed, 29 Injured So Far During Ceasefire: Interfax
Russia Says Ukraine Ceasefire Holds, Wants Talks on Regions' Status Soon
Crimea Catch-22: Russia Space Training May Put NASA in a Bind
FIFA Unmoved by Calls to Boycott Russia's 2018 World Cup
EU Must Keep Up Pressure on Russia Over Ukraine, Britain Says
Czech Minister Says No Signs Gas Flows From Russia Under Threat
Russia Denies Military Planes Approached Canadian Warship
Al Qaeda's Shadowy New 'Emir' in South Asia Handed Tough Job
Pakistani Taliban Claim Responsibility for Navy Dockyard Attack
PTI Will Form Its Government Soon: Imran Khan
Pakistan Minister: Protesters' Accusations About Chinese Investment Are Baselesss
China/Hong Kong
China Asks US to End Close-Up Aerial and Naval Surveillance
China Offers Hefty Rewards for 'Terrorism' Tips in Xinjiang
Hong Kong Democracy Activists Shave Heads in Protest
Karzai Pushes Election Rivals to End Deepening Crisis
Japan, US Discussing Offensive Military Capability for Tokyo: Japan Officials
Nigeria Says 20 Police Still Missing After Boko Haram Attack
Killing and Preaching, Nigerian Militants Carve Out 'Caliphate'
Nigeria's Boko Haram Shoots Ex-President Obasanjo's Son
People Flee Advancing Islamic Militants in Nigeria
Once Considered a Force for Good, Nigeria's Military, Through Militias, Crosses Border Into Darkness
Somalia to Probe Rape Charges Against African Union Troops
New Somali Extremist Leader Rose Amid Purge
Airstrike Accidentally Kills Iraq Policemen; 65 Killed Across Country
ISIS Advances in Iraq Force Syria to Cancel Wheat Deal
New Iraq Oil Minister Faces Security Challenge, Kurdish Dispute
Fiji Sends Mixed Messages on Fate of Its UN Golan Troops
Captured Teen ISIS Recruit: Bombmaker, Suicide Bomber
At the Helm of Military Mission in Iraq, an Invisible General
Other Nations Back US Airstrikes in Iraq, Oppose Taking Part Themselves
Obama to Seek Arms, Training for Syrian Opposition
Mitch McConnell Leads Push for ISIS Vote
Group Linked to ISIS Threatens Twitter Execs
Senate Bill Would Offer $10 Million for Info in Journalists' Slayings
Dick Cheney Urges Republicans to Take Hardline Military Stance Against ISIS
Global ISIS Reaction
US Urges China to Help With Islamic State in Iraq
'David Cameron's Head Will Be on a Spike,' Says British Woman in Syria
ISIS Response: UK Military Planning to Set Up New Bases in Middle East
Britain to Send Machine Guns and Ammunition to Iraqi Army, Kurds
Spy Chief Says Australia May Raise Terror Threat
Austrian Police Stop 2 Girls En Route to Mideast
French Muslims Support Mideast Christians Against ISIS
Israel: Officer Convicted of Beating Palestinians the Real Victim Here
Amid Epic Destruction, Weary Gaza Stuggles to Rebuild
New Emblem of an Elemental Conflict: Seized West Bank Land
Israel 'Coercing Eritreans and Sudanese to Leave'
Turkey Snubs Possible Energy Deals With Israel After Gaza Conflict
Palestinian Deputy PM: Donors Wary of Funding Hamas-Run Gaza
Poll: Unprecedented Low in Germans' View of Israel
Lebanese Troops Seize Area by Restive Border Town
Iran Envoy Expresses Support for Lebanese Army
Middle East
Yemen at 'Dangerous Crossroads' as Police Kill 7 Rebel Protesters
Saudi Arabia Pulls Diplomats From Yemen
Five Accused of Trying to Build a Bomb in UAE: Papers
Qatar Frees UK Rights Researchers
House Panel Urged to Probe Turkish, Qatari Support of Hamas
Libyan Refugees Stream to Tunisia for Care, and Tell of a Home That Is Torn Apart
France Ups Rhetoric on 'Terrorist Hub' Libya
South Sudan
China Deploys Troops to UN Force to Protect South Sudan Oilfields
UN Implicates South Sudan Rebel Leader in Aid Chopper Downing
South Sudan Radio Journalist Held Without Charge: Rights Group
Scores of Civilians Freed From Africa Rebel Group
Egypt Court Sentences Brotherhood Leader, Cleric to 20 Years in Jail
Sudan Releases a Female Opposition Figure
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Yet Another War of Deceit

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